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angeles are shut down this weekend for construction work. city officials warned people in los angeles to avoid the area. there were concerns that l.a.'s notorious gridlock with pale in comparison to this weekend. but as nbc's jinah kim reports, apparently people listened to the warnings. >> this is where the 405 freeway meets the 10. >> reporter: day one is carmageddon is so mar like karma heaven. traffic that normally clog x the highways even on weekends was sparse. and the main alternates to the closed 405 freeway looked like this. >> it was great. it was the best. >> no traffic. >> no traffic, none. it took me ten minutes to get here. >> the roads are empty. it's like a ghost town. there's no carmageddon. >> reporter: and that's exactly what officials in los angeles were hoping for. >> we'll be on top of this all over southern california. avoid the area or stay home. >> reporter: for the past few weeks, alerts blared as far as away as san francisco, warning drivers that a ten-mile section of one of the nation's busiest highways, the 405, would be shut down this weekend. crews are d
interpretation of the bible. turns out he was wrong. not two months later it was predicted for los angeles based on the weekend long closure of the 405. we are happy to report this dire prediction appears to be wrong begin. we are joined live from los angeles now. one person is quoted as saying it is dead as a door nail out there. what's going on. >> reporter: pretty quiet. best thing that has happened to los angeles traffic in decades. i'll tell you. we drove around all throughout the day and not only is the 405 closed off because of the construction project but they warned people about being on the west side of los angeles and i'll tell you traffic was absolutely amazing. some people are now saying that carmageddon was this year's y2k. didn't amount to anything. >> the mayor is surveying the area, looking at it all and all is calm, right? >> reporter: all is pretty much calm and after this is all over with there are some people who are probably going to look at the mayor with some bit of criticism because it was him who started this campaign several months ago saying beware of this weekend. it
angeles this week. but only one team was smart or should i say lucky in their scheduling. home at baltimore, the orioles suffered through 100 plus degree temperatures. out west, a full 72 for the nationals. jamie johnson's nats playing in their 100th game looking to get back to .500 against the dodgers. first inning, michael moore sends one to deep right. back, back, it won't leave the park. instead it's off the wall. danny scores. the nats take a 1-0 lead. the very next batter, jason worth is starting to get his bat back. ryan zimmerman, you can come down, too. the nats go up 3-0. right now they lead 6-2 in the 3rd. >>> brad ferguson and the orioles looking to bounce back after last night's loss to the orioles. ferguson gets into a little trouble. trouble's name, vernon wells, his second home run in as many nights. the angels lead 2-0. back come the birds. same score, bottom four. this is adam jones. he rips one to left. it's close to the foul pole, but stays fair. his 17th homer of the season and a good souvenir for that fan. the o's within a run to the 5th. runners on the c
to take the rubber match from the angels this afternoon, top of the 4, up 2-0. there's one off the glove of derrek lee. ken dre scores. top of the 6, adam jones at the dish. a two-run shot. o's get to within a run. still that way in the 8th but then the angels blow it open. mike trout blasts his first career home run, three-run home run and the angels take down the orioles 9-3. >>> when we return, baseball hall of fame ceremonies are coming up and the early ons have some connections heading to cooperstown. >>> welcome back to the washington area nissan dealers sports xtra. >> the redskins chris hamburger will be inducted into the pro football hall of fame august 6th in canton, ohio. today baseball had its ceremony many cooperstown, new york. former o's second baseman roberto allomar and pat gill ick among those in the class of 2011. allomar a two time all-star and won a record 10 gold gloves as second baseman and helped the blue jays win back to back titles in the '90s. he enters the hall as a jay. the gm of the jays team pat gill less who has spent nearly years in major league baseball
the summer. >>> carmageddon or karma- heaven, we'll take to you los angeles for the project that many fear wod cause a weekend of gridlock. >>> see what brought some service members to tears. >>> the fog has been transportation officials say both direction of the san mateo bridge will be shut down for two weekend sometime next year. plans are for a $10 million repair project. the bridge already went through some repairs in 1999, but inspectors have since found a crack in a 30-foot beam on the bridge and say that needs to be fixed permanently. >>> a lesbian national guard member says she choked up today taking part in the san diego gay pride parade. they advertised their branch of service anne marched with american flags and rainbow banners. each branch of service was represented, including the coast guard. parade comes a day after the san francisco court reinstated the don't ask, don't tell on openly gay people serving in the military, but prohibited any investigation, penalties or discharges under the rule. the pentagon says the ban may be lifted within weeks. >>> tonight a wolf woman fac
begins next year on what will eventually be a northern california to los angeles line promising 150,000 jobs. this is about as american as you can get, good, green jobs, putting americans to work. at the moment, america only has high-speed rail in the northeast from d.c. to new york and boston where centuries old tracks and winding routes keep the acela from ever hitting peak speeds. this train runs on freight lines, but to go faster than 120 miles an hour would require an entirely new electrified network of high-speed rail lines. the obama administration is moving ahead. the ultimate goal, connect 11 megacity regions with a network of high speed track helping to relieve congested roads and airports. but it won't be cheap, $53 billion over the next three years, $600 billion over the next 25. already republican governors in florida, wisconsin and ohio have rejected high-paid rail money afraid they will be on the hook for overruns. >> the truth is this project will be far too costly to taxpayers and i believe the risks far outweigh the benefits. >> reporter: but seeman's engineering t
not materialize as was feared. how the people of los angeles are coping with the carmageddon bust. >>> good evening, i'm juliette goodrich. ann notarangelo is off tonight. we begin with breaking news out of san francisco. there has been a shooting involving a police officer in the city's bayview neighborhood. it happened less than an hour ago. all we know right now is that one person was shot. and taken to general hospital. we are working on getting more information and when we do we will certainly pass it along to you. >>> he was only a few feet away when a b.a.r.t police officer shot and killed officer grant. now grant's best friend is also dead, the victim of a shooting. joe vazquez is in hayward tonight to tell us what happened. joe. >> reporter: in about half an hour friends and family members will gather here at this makeshift memorial at the murder scene to pay their respects. all day they have been popping by here just shaking their head at the fact of the six men who were there that new year's day 2009 two have died violently and so young. >> oscar grant and then him now. it is cra
in may, at the time, los angeles police chief considered ramirez the prime suspect. >> and a significant break. one that will lead to a successful prosecution, i am sure. >> last night, the mayor antonio villaraigosa who stood with the chief in may tried to explain the turn of events. >> we followed hundreds of thousands of leads. and in this case that was very difficult for us. there was general descriptions of the assailant. >> ramirez remains in custody on a parole violation. this afternoon his mother and attorney held a news conference. >> be sure they're the right person, investigate it before you put any picture on tv and to be discriminated from eefsh we're taking it one step at a time. any civil action is difficult. and attorneys for ramirez say he should no longer be held. as for brian stow, his mother said yesterday he mouthed his last name, and we talked to a civil attorney representing the stow family suing los angeles dodgers and the attorney told me estimated cost of medical care over the course of stow's lifetime will run in the neighborhood of $40 mimin. -- million. >> jo
, living in los angeles amidst the wreckage of two failed marriages and one serious drinking problem, hit rock bottom. >> i got down on my knees and i said, send me an angel, please. >> reporter: they say they met online and quickly developed an emotional connection. at first doug says he had no idea she was just a teenager. when you found out, how did you feel? >> well, you can imagine, i -- my world turned upside down. because -- >> the shock factor. >> reporter: did that make you want to walk away? >> it didn't make me want to walk away, but it definitely was a struggle inside my heart at that point in time because i had already started falling for her. >> reporter: all the while, courtney's mom, krista, had been monitoring their exchanges, fully aware that doug had decacas over her young daughter. >> and i said, if you are uncomfortable with it, i will respect you and courtney will respect you and we will step back. so she said, "i can feel my daughter's love for you. you know, you guys can get married if you want." >>>>eporter: it is not every day that a man has to consult the statut
angeles today as people were warned of a so-called carmageddon and they're getting quite the opposite. traffic that normally clogs the highways even on weekends was sparse this weekend. it's exactly what the los angeles transportation leaders were hoping for and a welcome surprise for drivers. there's a bunch of construction going on which is why they were anticipating all of this. but business owners weren't quite as pleased today. >> this is great. it was the best. >> no traffic. >> no traffic. none. it took me ten minutes to get here. >> it scared off customers because nobody wants to travel, nobody wants to leave. >> crews are demolishing a bridge over one of the busiest frid freeways in the country. officials are still concerned about tomorrow, whether folks might get back on the road after seeing them empty today. >>> speaking of travel, a new type of air ship is in the works. company officials say the first of its kind blimp could change the way military moves, the way goods are transported, and even get you off the road and into the air on vacations. jane wells explains. >> re
en carmagedÓn como si fuera un temblor de tierra. los angeles y cierra la autopista 405 parÁ una refacciÓn. >> para saber cÓmo han recibido este apocalipsis vial pasamos en vivo con jaime. >> estamos aquÍ a poco tiempo de que cierre por completo esta autopista 405, considerada una de las arterias vitales para el trÁnsito de vehÍculos en el condado de los angeles. el uso del movimiento tendrÁ que ser cerrado en una acciÓn que ha llamado la atenciÓn de todo el mundo. >> llegÓ la hora cero y sucediera que parecÍa impensable: a lo largo de un tramo de 10 millas la patrulla de caminos charlÓ cada una de las rampas de acceso a la autopista 405, considerada una de las mÁs ocupadas del mundo, por lo que su cierre parcial podrÍa resultar en el carmagedÓn. >> van a comenzar a cerrar carril a carril, hasta medianoche. a medianoche va a estar la autopista completamente cerrada. >> de la misma forma en que se responde a catÁstrofes naturales como los graves terremotos que han sembrado destrucciÓn en el pasado, autoridades angelinas activaron un centro de operaciones de emergen
california as the traffic continues around los angeles. >>> tonight a man is dead after san francisco police shot him several times he was being questioned for not playing a fare for muney. joe vazquez reports that the witnesses tell a different story. >> reporter: julia, we are trying to sort that out. witnesses heard 7 of 8 shots as officers opened fire on a man trying to jump a train fare. >> reporter: it was in front of dozens of people. the man was running from police, and they shot him from behind. >> they shot him there behind in his neck and leg and they just left him. >> reporter: two officers signed to the silence reduction were completing a fair instruction. for some reason the man took off running. that the point we fire the department fired backwards at the officers. the officers returned fire in self-defense. >> reporter: the man later died at the hospital. the witnesses are so furious, they loudly shouted down on the news conference. >> they are telling lies. >> the investigation is ongoing. my homicide, internal affairs investigation. >> i don't think he got on his knees. >>
excitement about his improvement with a los angeles radio reporter this afternoon. >> dr. easton, making sure he had eye contact. he asked him, brian, what is your last name? and the doctor said he mouthed oh, my gosh, everybody in this hospital is floating on clouds. >> reporter: now so it's mother says her kids are with him. he recognizes his children, and his family and his doctors are amazed. as for the news of the new arrest, the family isn't saying much. i talked to one family member on the phone earlier today who said he is blown away by the latest developments. his mother simply said everything's coming together. reporting live in san francisco, nbc bay area news. >> thank you very much. again, the los angeles police department will be holding a news conference on the flee arrests in the bryan stow case. when it begins, we will bring it to you live. >>> other news now. tense words today in san francisco's bayview district as a nasheighborhood activist confronted ed lee after a fatal shooting by police. >> making sure we've got social services down here, as well. you know that. >> that
desde inglaterra visitan los angeles. unh@univise.n esamh@not.univision e.nh@univisn ♪ >> los duques de cambridge aterrizaron hoy el los Ángeles para iniciar la primera visita oficial a estados unidos que se prolongarÁ hasta el domingo. nos cuentan las actividades que desarrollarÁn el prÍncipe y su esposa. >> a su llegada a los angeles, fueron recibidos por el gobernador, , el alcalde de los Ángeles, actividades consulares de gran bretaÑa, en los tres dÍas de visita desplegarÁn todo lo que representan, la realeza y la sensibilidad con causas humanitarias. >> no se creen muy grandotes. >> la pareja estÁ en la residencia britÁnica , los protege un cordÓn policial y los vecinos ha firmado un compromiso con la policÍa para no permitir el paso de los paparazzi. <> veo que usted tiene una revista antigua. >> tengo muchas.noivisioh@univi@ la aa de leciÉ casados comenzÓ esta noche en beverly hills en un evento dedicado fomentar las relaciones entre estados unidos e inglaterra. >> en su Último dÍa en los angeles la pareja visitarÁ este centro de arte dedicado a preparar a jÓven
is called 360 degrees h street. >> also today, the guardian angels will be out along a popular bike commuter route. >> they want to provide extra security along the metropolitan branch trail after a series of attacks. >> surae chinn is live with more on what's being done and what started this protection unit. good morning, surae. >> good morning to you, andrea. mike. the trail got a lot safer because the guardian angels have arrived. here they are riding on their bikes. they'll be on foot patrolling this metropolitan branch trail. hi, guys, good morning. we have a d.c. chapter leader of the guardian angels, john aial la to talk about what you guys will be doing. >> between 6:00 and 9:00, we'll have guardian angels on bikes patrolling between franklin and l on this bike path. we already patrol it on tuesday and wednesday nights from 6:00 to 8:00. now, we'll increase our patrols to the a.m. hours twice a week as well. >> reporter: the reason being is because the two recent attacks happened in the morning. yesterday at 9:30. friday at 8:15. really a scary situation when this bike trail is so in
up warning the world about the nightmare gridlock that's expected this weekend in los angeles. the event is now dubbed, carmageddon. even for a region that's legendary for its traffic snarls, this weekend it's predicted to bring the mother of all gridlock. >> the mother. with a 10-mile stretch of one of the nation's busiest highways set to shut down for more than 50 hours, bill whitaker says car crazy angelenos are getting creative. >> reporter: this is how the 405 dubbed the nation's busiest freeway usually looks, 500,000 cars travel the 10 miles linking west los angeles to the highly populated san fernando valley. because it's so heavily traveled it needs to be widened. and to be widened, it needs to be completely shut down. >> even if we get the message off to half the people that still means 250,000 people are going to try to use that road. >> reporter: so from friday night to monday morning, traffic could be backed up as much as 64 miles as thousands of commuters who rely on this freeway find other ways to get around. los angeles residents have a word for what's to come.
. >> llega la realeza a estados unidos, los reciÉn casados duques de cambridge estar enlos angeles, esta noche. >> los peruanos celebran este triunfo ta noche contra el equipo de mÉxico. ♪ >> este es su noticiero univisiÓn edición noctur, >> muriÓ la ex primera dama a los 93 aÑode edad, no han dado a conocer detalles de las circunstancias de muerte, pero hoy es recordada por millones de personas que gracias a ella tambiÉn ha buscado tratamiento. >> nacida en chicago, fue activista, feminista, durante un cortoiempo bailarina, modelo y tambiÉn una mujer de negocios. en 1974 1977 tarde por la primera dama de estados unidos, con los mayores Índices de aprobaciÓn la historia pese a algunas de sus controversias posturas, de hecho la revista time la bautizÓ como una mujer poco temeroso de hablar de s temas que la apasionaba, segÚn historiadores tuvo un impacto signicativo en la cultura y el historial de la mano de su esposo el expridente gerald ford. se le atribuye ser una de las primas mujeres en crear conciencia sobre el cÁncer de seno. enfrentÓ unmastectomÍa, y defendiÓ
han sido distorsionados por un policÍa por ser indocumentados. >> demandan sheriff de los angeles por el manejÓ de datos sobre deportaciones. >> todo estÁ listo para el inicio de la copa amÉrica, el primer partido argentina contra bolivia en unas horas. >> este es su noticiero univisiÓn con jorge ramos y marÍa elena salinas. >> es una historia que les saliÓ mal a un mal policÍa. un policÍa los quería extorsionar por el hecho de ser indocumentados, le pidieron a un amigo que su ciudadano estadounidense que firmarÁ el policÍa entera opciÓn. >> a 250 millas al sur de atlanta viven cerca de 20.000 personas, mÁs de 1000 son hispanos y muchos de ellos aseguran que han sido extorsionados por un hospital de la policÍa por ser indocumentados. >> segÚn los denunciantes el oficial de tenÍa sin razÓn aparente. >> vienes borrachos. pero no tomo. sÍ, vienes borracho. cuÁnto traes de dinero? 150, eso es muy poco. >> pero aseguraba tener buen corazÓn por lo que ofrecÍa tarifas flexibles. >> dame 700 ahorita. >> nunca nadie lo reportaba por el miedo que no le iban a creer a ellos
of shuffling on the first day of moves in the nfl. >>> plus, why is angel pitcher urban santana celebrating like he just won the world series? your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> tropical storm don has a little more than 36 hours before it arrives on the texas coast. your early morning forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. if you are just waking up, this is "early today." in sports pitcher ervin santana put an exclamation point on his otherwise hum drum season yesterday throwing the first no-hitter by an angel in nearly 27 years. here's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. you know the old saying, it's not how you start, it's how you finish. well, that sums up ervin santana's no hitter perfectly. here we go to cleveland. angel pitcher got off to a rocky start. an error, a stolen base, and this wild pitch led to an unearned run. the indians are up 1-0. from there santana cruised. he struck out ten and had help from his friends. kendrick great driving stop to get the run at first and preserve t
in from los angeles, breezing down the red carpet without a word. guests paid up to $4,000 to attend the v.i.p. luncheon. >> my father, the prince of wales, and my brother harry were as green as that grass outside when i told them i would be here today. >> reporter: the match will raise millions for the prince's charity fun dane. captain of the u.s. polo team rue dan is playing against prince william's team royal salute. >> it's a great feeling. it's fun. you know, he is having fun. we're all smiling. we're, you know, laughing, joking. just trying to have a good time. >> reporter: there's no elbows, there's no -- >> there might be elbow or two coming out. >> catharine and i have had a busy couple of days, so the prospect of being able to let loose this afternoon is a great one for me. >> reporter: she's seen but not heard, today presenting the silver tiffany trophy, last night arriving in los angeles, given a red, white, and blue bouquet. >> diana would be so proud. she's gorgeous. >> reporter: fashion watchers are obsessed with all the outfits. from a light gray sheath at the beverly hilt
angeles as they wrapped up their visit to north america. nbc's kate snow is there for us tonight. kate, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, lester. it is just about over now. the duke and duchess just arriving at l.a.x. they will be leaving shortly for england after, as you say, a weekend here in california. the end of their trip to canada and california. and today on this final day, they weren't visiting royalty, visiting hollywood glamour here or playing polo. but they were touring skid row. their black range rover drove through one of l.a.'s most infamous areas. 50 blocks of inner city los angeles where an estimated 4,000 people live on the streets. in the heart of that neighborhood, inner city arts, an arts education center where william and kate got their hands dirty. a little painting. a little help with a ceramic turtle. and the royals left their mark in slabs of clay. a teen dance trooup entertained. more than that, a performance about what life is like in south central l.a. ♪ >> reporter: afterwards the duchess called it beautiful. >> i guess we did what we were suppose
and catherine in los angeles. your home and auto policies and save. don't worry, tiny people. flo is a gentle giant. bundle home and auto at progressive.com. >> out of texas, a 39-year-old firefighter fell 20 feet attempting to catch a foul ball at rangers games it. he was conscious after the fall, but he died last night at the hospital. this is the second deadly fall at a major league stadiums this season. investigators in michigan have identified several people killed in a shooting rampage. the man shot and killed several people, including his own child and two ex-girlfriend. he held three people hostage inside an apartment before turning the gun on himself. british police are searching the newsroom of a second british tabloid as part of a widening investigation into a hacking scandal. the search is believed to be connected to the arrest of the former "news of the world" editor who served a jail term for hacking into phones. "news of the world" is shutting down after reports that it broke into the voicemail of war widows and try to police officers for information. in today's "medical alert,
. also the nationals are playing the dodgers right now in los angeles. the orioles are at war with the other team from los angeles, the >> the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers -- moving you forward. >> two in the city of angels for the nationals. game two is happening right now. mike morse with a rocket that bounces off the wall. he comes around in stores. the very next batter is jason, who is heating up right now. ryan zimmerman and morse come home threes'-0 -- 3-0. the nationals now leads 6-2. the orioles are trying to get a lead against the angels. this just keeps carrying right out of the ballpark. home run, 2-1 angels. right up the middle patterned jones with the sac fly. -- adam jones with the sac fly. orioles win 3-2. there are developments in the nfl standoff. it looks like the players have decided they will vote on monday. they will reportedly recommend to the rest of the players that they approve the contract. the owners, as you know, on thursday ratified the contract. once the players sign-off the players and coaches will begin reporti
. still ahead, from canada to california, the duke and duchess of cambridge a ride in los angeles for a weekend visit. -- arrive in los angeles for a weekend visit. security forces in pakistan's largest city, karachi, have been authorized to shoot on sight anyone they believe is involved in violence. at least 65 people have been killed in gratia since tuesday. the current unrest is blamed on armed gangs. many shops and foreign offices were closed. here is this report. >> armed troops to stand on guard on the streets of pakistan's business and commercial capital. three days of violence have been the worst karachi has seen this year. target killings and drive-by shootings are widely blamed on armed gangs linked to rival political parties. >> killing and violence has increased so much. no one is safe anymore. >> this is the heart of karachi's main shopping thi district. as you can see, today they are deserted. most people did not go to work or open businesses because they are afraid of more violence. >> many of those who were shot dead were ordinary people going about their daily liv
with thing. here. to los angeles. i've been all over the place. i've been to london, bristol, you think it might work. doesn't connect up. >> could it be you that's the problem, andrew, not the ipad? >> no. i've given it to other people and it won't connect up. it's this particular ipad. >> you also appear to send your daughter a tweet last week, a tweet. >> i know. >> this has to do with the ipad. it wasn't actually me. i dictated the tweet. >> you know the vocal coach who was on your program. >> "america's got talent." >> old friend of mine. i'm sitting in the studio is ridiculous tweet coming through. i just said, only girls got anything better than sitting tweeting all day. it seemed to have caused an uproar. i'm very fond of evie. great vocal coach. >> she's amazing. she's worked with jackie and everybody. >> she's a key player. she worked with me on the album "love never dies" and got results from the singers that i've never heard from anybody else. >> if you were casting the all time dream musical, who would you want standing on that stage? >> elvis. >> who else? >> elvis would b
. >>> and william and kate take america. the royals have landed in the united states and we are live in los angeles as hollywood's set get ready. what will kate wear tonight on the red carpet? >>> hello, everybody. i'm dan harris in new york. i want to say good morning to all of you and also to my co-anchor bianna golodryga who is in los angeles. >> well, we are here to celebrate the arrival of two of the most famous tourists in america. of course, i'm talking about prince william and his new wife catherine. they landed last evening but we know it's also a day where coast to coast we are remembering a courageous and trail blazing woman. >> that's right. former first lady betty ford died last night. she was 93 years old. she was one of the most popular first ladies in recent history and in many ways she revolutionized the job. the tributes are pouring in this morning. president obama praising mrs. ford for her "courage and compassion" and former president clinton saying mrs. ford was a "remarkable woman whose legacy will live on in people around the country who lives are longer and better because of
it all. karen brown, florida. >>> people were using the word "carmageddon. 405 in los angeles. the mayor was in full disaster mode today. you can see him surveying the scene from the helicopter. he saw an empty freeway. it was a sleepy sat in the los angeles area. people left town or simply stayed home. this after months of warnings about a traffic nightmare while the 405 was closed for construction work. no traffic problems reported anywhere. so just how quiet was it? there was a good old fashioned los angeles car chase at about 8 p.m. tonight. ignore the pursuit for a second and check out the freeway. it is practically wide open. and this is actually in the area of the 405. so not only was there no carmageddon there was no one on the road period. >>> and this is hard to believe but that chase is still going on. in fact, here are some live pictures. you can see it in the haze there. it started more than three hours ago. still dragging on into the night. new helicopters have been falling it the whole time. honestly we naught this would be long over by the time we went on air. it is still
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angeles probably like to think that they are royalty but today the real thing paying the city of angels a little visit. new video in to fox news of prince will yamed an william ae arriving at los angeles international airport. the royal couple on their way to beverly hills and we are live coming up next. >>> plus, what is the worldcoming to when a ba nan p that a attacks a gorilla. >> kind of like a spartan from 300 kind of except he was a banana. [ male announcer ] built like a volkswagen. the 2011 tigua [ grunts ] control your budget? yes. our "name your price" tool shows you a range of options. you pick a price that works for you. perfect. only one thing could make this better. both: '80s montage! ♪ progressive '80s montage ♪ he drops some boxes, but it's okay ♪ ♪ we keep dancing ♪ hey! it's that guy! ♪ progressive "name your price" tool, yeah! ♪ helping you save. now, that's progressive. call or click today. >> shepard: the end of don't ask don't tell may not completely change life for gays in the nil terri. military. the house voting to ban chaplains from performing
's biggest stars were out. but no surprise, it was kate who stole the show. we are live in los angeles for will and kate's big hollywood moment. >> announcer: from abc news, this is a special edition of "good morning america," now, live from the belasco theater in los angeles, california, and new york city, weekend anchors bianna golodryga and dan harris. >> good morning, america, you're looking at a live shot from the historic belasco theater where they are still cleaning up from the biggest royal carpet event in decades. dan, you missed quite a party last night. >> i did. i'm dan harris in new york. i understand there were a ton of celebrities with you, bianna. >> a ton of hollywood elite. tom hanks, nicole kidman, jennifer lopez, barbra streisand were all in this room. you see how huge the room was. all of the upstairs was closed off. it was an intimate dinner for 280 people. dan, these celebrities, these celebrities were told to, quote, be cool of around william and kate, not to flood them. they were the stars of the show. dan, i know you and everyone else in america wants to know
to prison for a parole violation. july 19, los angeles county increases its reward amount for information leading to arrests. the next day, july 20, los angeles police arrest two people in the beating of bryan stow. giovanni ramirez is not one of them. thursday, july 21. news of the arrest brakes. los angeles police will not comment on who the new suspects are or why this shift in the case took place. grant lodes, kron 4 news. >>> tonight we talked to bryan stow's coz he said police haven't told family members about the arrest and the attorney for giovanni ramirez says that he was not aware of the developments till the news broke tonight. >> new information in the officer involved shooting that ended the life of kenneth harding. it was thought police shot and killed him after he opened fire on them but we have new details about his death. >> reporter: this is the bullet that was found in kenneth harding's head. next to it a bullet in his pocket. these bullet belong to a .380 caliber hand gun. police say that's the gun the department has been using since 1995. >> the bullet removed from hi
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